Does Your Drywall Need Protection?

by Boss Steel on March 10, 2017

Although we mean our headline question seriously, we might as well ask one of those classic one-liners with an implied answer, such as asking if the Pope is Catholic or if dogs want a bone.

Of course Popes are Catholic. Of course dogs want bones. And of course your drywall needs protection.

Allow us to tell you why.

Drywall is vulnerable. If you don't believe us, try hitting one of your walls with a hammer, scratching it with a rake, or just punching it really hard. (Note: please do not do any of those things. We offer them here as rhetorical examples only!) It wouldn't take you too much experimentation to realize that very little force is needed to dent, scratch, scrape, or otherwise damage drywall. 

And your corners are the areas where your drywall is most at risk.

Corners are the vulnerable spots both because of the increase in traffic along doorways, corners, and edges and because of the nature of their shapes. Sticking out there by themselves, your corners put themselves even more at risk. So if your drywall has corners (and we have a hard time imagining drywall that doesn't), then those corners need protection.

The bad news is that corners are vulnerable. But we also have good news.

Our corner guards have been specifically designed to protect your corners and edges from incidental damage. With several different sizes, styles, and thicknesses available, we are confident that we can help you keep your corners in good repair for years to come.

If you would like to hear more about our guards, or if you would like to chat with us about anything else, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to serving you.